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"PRRAC in the News - Archived Stories 2012 - 2017"

Trump Administration Puts on Hold an Obama-Era Desegregation Effort (Atlantic, August 2017)

'Parents Involved,' A Decade Later (The American Prospect, June 28, 2017)

One big fix for the city schools: more racial integration (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 28, 2017)

Is HUD's Fair Housing Rule Here to Stay? (Next City, May 2, 2017)

The New Champions of School Integration (The Atlantic, April 6, 2017)

Who's Following Ben Carson? (CityLab, April 4, 2017)

Trump's Education Department nixes Obama-era grant program for school diversity (Washington Post, March 29, 2017)

How Betsy DeVos Could End the School-Integration Comeback (Atlantic, March 20, 2017)

Fair Housing Still Has a Chance Under Trump (Slate, March 14, 2017)

Imperfect Choices: With Integrated Schools Out Of Reach, Segregated Options Gain Favor (Hartford Courant, March 14, 2017)

In Hartford, 'Integrated' Schools Remain Highly Segregated (Hartford Courant, March 13, 2017)

Texas sued over housing discrimination law (Houston Chronicle, February 17, 2017)

How Republicans want to roll back Obama's fair housing legacy - and then some (Vox, February 2017)

How Ben Carson at Housing Could Undo a Desegregation Effort (NY Times Upshot, November 23, 2016)

What's at Stake in Trump's Pick to Lead HUD (CityLab, November 2016)

Murphy, Fudge Introduce Stronger Together School Diversity Act of 2016 (U.S. Department of Education, July 12, 2016)

Healing must follow talks on race (The Kansas City Star, June 28, 20)

'Inequity in our region is literally killing our children' (The St. Louis American, June 17, 2016)

Millennials Have Lived Through a Doubling of School Segregation (The Nation, June 2016)

Two Valuable Perspectives on Civil Rights in Hartford (Achieve Hartford, May 26, 2016)

Hartford school chief says budget woes will impact desegregation efforts (CT Mirror, May 20, 2016)

Taking housing, education equity beyond the school doors (St. Louis Post-Dispatch, May 6, 2016)

21 people, moments and ideas that defined Milwaukee (On Milwaukee digital magazine, April 2016)

Why Flint's children can't leave the city that poisoned them (Washington Post, March 4, 2016)

The Section 8 Voucher Trap (New Republic, February 18, 2016)

Tickets Out of Poverty? Housing voucher recipients can move to better neighborhoods only if states and localities break down suburban barriers.
(The American Prospect, Winter 2016)

Housing Vouchers and Poverty Concentration in New Orleans (Nonprofit Quarterly, January 28, 2016)

School Desegregation Lawsuit Threatens Charters (American Prospect, January 26, 2016)

Ideas Worth Stealing: How to recruit more landlords to work with Section 8 tenants (Keystone Crossroads, December 30, 2015)

Housing policies still pin poor in Baltimore, but some escape to suburbs (The Baltimore Sun, December 15, 2015)

Housing discrimination: should government do more to address residential segregation? (CQ Researcher November 2015)

Discussion On School Diversity Held In Glastonbury (Hartford Courant, November 16, 2015)

Race in R.I.: Hartford's magnet schools experiment (Providence Journal, November 10, 2015)

Segregation Is Alive And Well In The Public School System, And These Students Are Dealing With It (ThinkProgress, November 9, 2015)

Challenges to John King's Integration Pilot (The American Prospect, October 7, 2015)

Will John King's last effort to desegregate New York's schools work? (Chalkbeat New York, October 7, 2015)

How a Housing Program Can Save Medicaid Money (Governing Magazine, September 2015)

Money for Mobility: Inside a New Push to Get Poor Families to Better Neighborhoods (Inside Philanthropy, September 2015)

Obama's Mixed Record on School Integration (The American Prospect, August 30, 2015)

Could Pay for Success Increase Housing Mobility? Some Funders Want to Find Out (Inside Philanthropy, August 14, 2015)

We Must Not Give in to Economic Segregation (Next City, August 18, 2015)

Where Should a Poor Family Live? (New York Times, August 5, 2015)

Past an Invisible Fence: Gauging Obama's New Housing Rule (July 2015)

47 Years Later, Will HUD Actually Desegregate Poor Communities? (National Journal, July 2015)

PRRAC Applauds New HUD Regulation on "Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing" (July 2015)

How Housing Policy Is Failing America's Poor (Citylab, June 2015)

HUD considers change to Section 8 rents (Baltimore Sun, June 10, 2015)

The Challenge of Diversity in Pre-K Classrooms (EdCentral, June 4, 2015)

The RAD-ical Shifts to Public Housing (American Prospect, 2015)

Universal pre-K's integration problem: Bill de Blasio's admirable and promising program should be doing a better job mixing kids of different backgrounds (NY Daily News, May 16, 2015)

The Stark Inequality of U.S. Public Schools, Mapped (The Atlantic Citylab, May 14, 2015)

Girls In Minority-Heavy High Schools Face Profound Lack of Sports Opportunities (Forbes, April 30, 2015)

Racial and Economic Segregation Starts in Preschool, Study Finds (Ecucation Week, April 29, 2015)

Segregation of the nation's children starts with preschool, new report finds (Washington Post, April 28, 2015)

Minority girls given fewer chances in school sports, report says (Boston Globe, April 27, 2015)

If You Are A Girl And Would Like To Play Sports, It Helps To Be White (, April 23, 2015)

Minority girls in Louisiana aren't getting equal chances to play high school sports (Times-Picayune, April 21, 2015)

Fair housing conference focuses on school segregation, occupancy permits (St. Louis Public Radio, April 10, 2015)

EHOC conference addresses modern segregation, why the Section 8 program isn't working (St. Louis American, April 10, 2015)

Revitalization v. Gentrification v. Integration (Brooklyn Quarterly, March 2015)

Federal judge declines to block city 'source of income' ordinance (March 2015)

This Supreme Court Decision Could Encourage One Of The Worst Forms Of Racism (February 2015)

The Supreme Court may soon disarm the single best weapon for desegregating U.S. housing (January 21, 2015)

A Supreme Court case that public education advocates should be watching (January 13, 2015)

Housing segregation is holding back the promise of Brown v. Board of Education (May 15, 2014)

Which Funders Are Battling Today's Forms of Segregation? (January 19, 2015)

Who gets to live where?: The battle over affordable housing (January 18, 2015)

Scholar Says Race-Neutral Approach Needed for Affirmative Action (January 13, 2015)

Social justice folks size up new Congress (Jan. 12, 2015)

Hunting for Housing: Landlord lawsuit and housing research frame housing crisis (Jan. 9, 2015)

NYS Schools to Receive Grants to Promote Socioeconomic Integration (December 31, 2014)

Integration grants could help Buffalo draw suburban students (December 30, 2014)

Civil rights groups stand in solidarity and awe of young activists in Ferguson (Nov. 7, 2014)

How the W.K. Kellogg Foundation Hopes to Heal America's Race Problem (Oct. 4, 2014)

The Diverse Suburbs Movement Has Never Been More Relevant (Oct 3, 2014)

The RAD-ical Shifts to Public Housing (August, 2014)

"Julian Castro Should Visit Baltimore on the Way to His New HUD Secretary Desk" (Next City, July 2014)

"Civil rights groups weigh in on Westchester fair housing settlement" (July 8, 2014)

Civil rights groups weigh in on Westchester fair housing settlement (July 7, 2014)

New Coalition Promotes Diverse Student Populations in Charter Schools by Amanda Ulrich (July 01, 2014)

In Pursuit of a "Both/And" Housing Policy - The Case of Housing Choice Vouchers (April 7, 2014)

Are the Obama administration's 'Promise Zones' a promising anti-poverty strategy? (October 11, 2013)

"Strong outpouring of support for HUD's new fair housing rule" (September 22, 2013)

Study Finds Illegal Discrimination Continues (June 17, 2013)

"Diverse Classrooms Also Benefit White Students" (January 4, 2013)

"Housing Choice Vouchers Don't Lead to Better Education" (December 4, 2012)

Value of Helping Low-Income Families Relocate to Thriving Communities (April 2013)

Fair Housing Month Celebration Highlights the Value of Helping Low-Income Families Relocate to Thriving Communities (April 2013)

Study Finds Housing Aid No Path to Better Education (Education Week, December 2012)

"S.F. called model for affordable housing" (San Francisco Chronicle, November 2012)

Studies Spotlight Charters Designed for Integration (Education Week, June 2012)

Nearly six decades after Brown v. Board of Education, attention is focusing on a handful of charter schools that were specifically created to be racially and socioeconomically diverse alternatives to the regular public schools in their neighborhoods. Education Week

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